Nothing is more rewarding than spending your valuable time/vacation exploring nature and understanding the authentic Nepalese culture and tradition while volunteering in community. Volunteer travel with Community Service in Nepal is a unique way to discover Nepal in a true and meaningful way. Voluntary travel in Nepal organized by Tour Guide in Nepal Team allows you to immerse deep into different culture and nature.

You will acquire great understanding of local culture and their day to day problems that is not possible to gain through ordinary travel. Voluntary travel in Nepal is a different way to travel and contribute some things in community. Your little contributions means a lot to those needy people. Tour Guide in Nepal is closely associated with community services and organize different voluntary programs for those seeking volunteer experience, life changing moments, social service opportunity or meaningful holiday in Nepal.

After your previous trekking or touring in Nepal, Voluntary travel might be your great recreational tour. This fascinating trip not only takes you to the core of locals but also allows you to make a volunteering services while sharing experiences, skills and passion in remote corner of Nepal. Volunteering service might be teaching school students, distributing foods and cloths, technical training and so on.

Voluntary program is ideal for those who are keen in Nepali culture and tradition and helping needy people. Spend your holiday volunteering in Nepal, proud yourself doing good deeds and return home with tons of life changing memories.

Community Service:
-Teaching English
-Orphanage visit
-Helping rebuild after the earthquake
-Community Improvement: Painting, construction, clearing debris
-Helping at a farm
-Helping Seniors
-Food or clothing delivery to the poor
-Bring school supplies to school (You can bring a box of school supplies or we can purchase on your behalf for the students, tour the school and play with the kids for a while)

Cultural Experience:
-Learning how to cook Nepalese food
-Learning how to weave
-Participating in a religious ceremony or a festival
-Staying at a monastery
-Mask making
-Mandala school.
-Playing sports / games with children

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